- $16–$20 for one upper-bowl ticket (up to $50.85 value)
- $35–$55 for one lower-bowl ticket (up to $87.65 value)
- When: Wednesday, November 4, at 7 p.m. (Sacramento Kings); Thursday, November 12, at 8:30 p.m. (Los Angeles Clippers); or Saturday, November 14, at 7 p.m. (Denver Nuggets)
- All options include a foam finger
- Click here to view the seating chart.
The Scouting Report
Only five players on the Suns roster today were playing in Phoenix two years ago. And in a Western Conference where playoff berths don’t come easy, the franchise hopes a few fresh faces can help make an impressive post-season push. Newly acquired veteran talents, including Tyson Chandler and Sonny Weems, should round out the Suns’ already sturdy backcourt helmed by guards Eric Bledsoe and Brandon Knight. Rather than getting a head start hanging lights and tinsel from the hoops, the Suns will spend November locking antlers with division rivals the Los Angeles Clippers and the Sacramento Kings.
In 1968, when approached with the idea of starting a franchise in Phoenix, then-NBA commissioner Walter Kennedy responded, "You must be crazy." Crazy or not, the Suns soon became the city's first major professional sports franchise, and in 1970, the team made its first playoff appearance, losing to the Lakers in a matchup that has since ignited one of the league's most heated rivalries. Today, after about 30 postseason berths and dozens of superstar tumbleweeds, the Suns continue to chase their first championship inside the Talking Stick Resort Arena—an 18,000-seat arena opened in 1992 that features an array of modern amenities and a glass façade that gleams in the desert sun.